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1 LGX Compatible (LSX) Connector Module) User Manual) A LSX Connector Module (72-Position Module Shown) Content Page 1 DESCRIPTION DIMENSIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS INSTALLATION Installing the Connector Module Installing a Connector Pack Breaking Out a Cable Installing a Cable Clamp CABLE ROUTING Routing Stranded Cable Routing Ribbon Cable Routing Quad Cable (Two Active Fibers, Two Spare Fibers)...12 (continued) Rev A Page 1

2 Content Page 5 PATCH CORD ROUTING Patch Cord Routing Within the LSX Module Routing Patch Cords on the LGX Rack Mounting 144-Position Modules Adjacent to 72- or 96-Position Modules Installing Modified Cable Retainers for 144-Position Modules OPERATION Removing a Cover for Easier Access Connecting Patch Cords CUSTOMER INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE INTRODUCTION This user manual describes the ADC LGX Compatible (LSX) Connector Module, and provides instructions for installation and operation. The LSX connector module is designed to be mounted on either a 19 inch (48.26 cm) or 23 inch (58.42) Lucent LGX compatible rack. Revision History ISSUE DATE REASON FOR CHANGE Issue 1 04/2000 Original Issue 2 02/2001 Incorporate description of quad cables and patch cord routing Trademark Information ADC is a registered trademark of ADC Telecommunications, Inc. LGX is a registered trademark of Lucent Technologies. Admonishments Important safety admonishments are used throughout this manual to warn of possible hazards to persons or equipment. Admonishments in the form of Dangers, Warnings, and Cautions must be followed at all times. These warnings are flagged by use of the triangular alert icon (seen below), and are listed in descending order of severity of injury or damage and likelihood of occurrence. Danger: Danger is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that will cause severe personal injury, death, or substantial property damage if the hazard is not avoided. Warning: Warning is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that can cause severe personal injury, death, or substantial property damage if the hazard is not avoided. Caution: Caution is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that will or can cause minor personal injury or property damage if the hazard is not avoided. Page 2

3 1 DESCRIPTION The LSX connector module is an LGX compatible, rack-mounted termination panel that provides a physical interface between fiber optic cables (terminated on the rear side of the bulkhead) and patch cords (terminated on the front). In a typical application, cables from transmission facilities are patched to fiber optic terminal equipment. The LSX connector module may be used in either an interconnect or cross-connect configuration, in either single mode or multimode applications, and with either stranded or ribbon cable. The cables may be either Intrafacility Fiber (IFC) or Outside Plant (OSP). The LSX connector module is available with 72, 96, or 144 fiber positions. Figure 1 shows the main external features of the 72-position module. Other modules are the same except for number of connectors and panel height. The main features are (from top left counterclockwise): LGX COMPATIBLE CHASSIS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR PACK PATCH CORD GUIDE MOUNTING BET REMOVABLE FRONT COVER PATCH CORD DESIGNATION CARD RADIUS LIMITER B Figure 1. Main External Features of LSX LGX Compatible LSX Module is of solid metal construction and painted putty white. The 72- and 96-position LSX connector modules have a rack height of 7 inches (17.8 cm) and a maximum of nine of these modules may be installed in the LGX frame. The 144-position connector module has a rack height of 9 inches (22.9 cm) and a maximum of seven of these modules may be installed in the LGX frame. Bulkhead holds the pass-through adapter/connectors that provide the physical interface between cables and patch cords. Figure 2 is a rear view of the connector module showing the rear side of the bulkhead. Page 3

4 14084-A Figure 2. LSX Connector Module (Rear View) Connector Pack 6-pack (72-position LSX), 8-pack (96-position LSX), or 12-pack (144-position LSX); mounts in the connector bulkhead providing one column of adapter/connectors. Individual connector packs are easily installed or replaced. All standard connector types are available including FC, SC, FC, ST, LX.5, etc. Patch Cord Guides provide cable management in routing patch cords from connectors to each side. Removable Front Cover provides unimpeded access to connectors for installation of patch cords. Patch Cord Designation Card is used to record patch cord usage. Radius Limiter maintains proper bend radius protection for the fibers. Mounting Brackets may be oriented in either of two positions to accommodate either 19-inch or 23-inch rack mount. The LSX connector module may be ordered empty, loaded with connector packs only, or loaded with both connector packs and pre-terminated, factory-installed cable. While not recommended, field-installed connectors can be accommodated, also. Page 4

5 2 DIMENSIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS Figure 3 shows LSX dimensions. Table 1 lists specifications IN. (37.7 CM) 11.0 IN. (27.9 CM) 7.53 IN. (19.1 CM) 5.00 IN. (12.7 CM) IN. REF (42.8 CM) REF (56.3 CM) 23 IN. MOUNT (58.4 CM) 1.0 IN. (2.5 CM) IN. REF (46.1 CM) 19 IN. MOUNT (48.3 CM) 2.0 IN. (5.1 CM) IN. (2.5 CM) IN. (17.8 CM) HEIGHT ON 72 OR 96 POSITION MODULES OR 9.0 IN. (22.9 CM) HEIGHT ON 144 POSITION MODULES C Figure 3. LSX Connector Module Dimensions Page 5

6 Table 1. LSX Connector Module Specifications PARAMETER Height Width Depth Rack Mount Weight (unloaded) Terminations Fiber Bend Radius SPECIFICATION 72- and 96-position chassis: 7 inches (17.8 cm) 144-position chassis: 9 inches (22.86 cm) inches (42.8 cm) inches (27.9 cm) Mounting bracket can be positioned to accommodate either 19-inch or 23-inch rack 72-position LSX: 9 pounds (4.1 kg) 96-position LSX: 10 pounds (4.5 kg) 144-position LSX: 13 pounds (5.9 kg) 72, 96, or 144 (depending on module type) 1.5 in. (3.8 cm) minimum 3 INSTALLATION The LSX connector module may be shipped empty or loaded with connector packs. If loaded with connector packs, it may also be loaded with a factory-terminated cable stub. If the module was not shipped with a factory-terminated cable stub, a cable clamp (provided with the unit) must be installed. The cable may or may not be already broken out and preterminated. If it is not, cable preparation is required as part of installation. Depending on how the module being installed was equipped, select from the procedures below. Procedures are provided for installing the connector module, installing adapter packs, breaking out a cable, installing a cable clamp, and routing a cable within the module. Only the first procedure is required if the module was pre-terminated in the factory. 3.1 Installing the Connector Module The LSX connector module is designed to be installed from the front side of the rack. To install the connector module: 1. Determine the mounting location and rack width. For a 19-inch rack, remove the two mounting brackets and re-install them using the 19-inch orientation (refer to Figure 3). For 23-inch rack, install the chassis with the mounting brackets positioned as shipped. 2. Secure the mounting brackets to the rack front flange using six #12-24 mounting screws, as shown in Figure 4. Note: If LGX jumper retainers are being used, remove them and reinstall them with the chassis as shown in Figure 4. The jumper retainers are not an ADC product. 3.2 Installing a Connector Pack To install a connector pack, press the connector pack firmly into the desired slot, pressing the plunger-expanders into the mounting holes. See Figure 5. Page 6

7 FRONT FLANGE LGX JUMPER RETAINER (NOT PROVIDED BY ADC) MOUNTING BET LGX JUMPER RETAINER (NOT PROVIDED BY ADC) 12-24X SCREW (6) D Figure 4. Installing the Connector Module (23-Inch Rack Shown) PLUNGER- EXPANDER MOUNTING HOLE CONNECTOR PACK A Figure 5. Installing a Connector Pack (6-Pack Shown) Page 7

8 3.3 Breaking Out a Cable If preparing a cable for installation, break out and prepare the cable corresponding to Figure 6 for stranded cable or Figure 7 for ribbon cable. BREAKOUT LENGTH ( /-6.0 INCH) ( /-15.2 CM) IFC CABLE FANOUT LENGTH ( /-6.0 INCH) ( /-15.2 CM) 1.0 INCH (2.54 CM) REF CLAMP CONNECTORS SUBUNIT DESIGNATION LABEL HEATSHRINK 6.0 INCH (15.2 CM) REF C Figure 6. Recommended Breakout Dimensions for Stranded Cable IFC CABLE INSTALL PROTECTIVE TUBES ON RIBBON TIE WRAP FANOUT CHIP CONNECTORS INDIVIDUAL FIBERS END OF PROTECTIVE TUBE BREAKOUT LENGTH ( /-6.0 INCH) ( /-15.2 CM) D FANOUT LENGTH ( /-6.0 INCH) ( /-15.2 CM) Figure 7. Recommended Breakout Dimensions for Ribbon Cable Page 8

9 3.4 Installing a Cable Clamp Figure 8 shows the cable clamp components. STANDOFF MOUNTING HOLE (4) YOKE (2) STANDOFF (2) RUBBER GROMMET CABLE CLAMP BET MOUNTING HOLE (2) (USE TWO UPPER HOLES FOR OVERHEAD CABLE ENTRY, TWO LOWER HOLES FOR UNDER FLOOR CABLE ENTRY) CABLE CLAMP COVER STANDOFF 12-24X SCREW (2) SCREW (2) CABLE CLAMP BET C (OVERHEAD CABLE POSITION) CLAMP MOUNT PLATE Figure 8. Cable Clamp Components (Overhead Cable) Install the cable clamp components as follows: Note: Figure 8 shows the cable clamp bracket positioned for cable routing from above the module with the bracket fastened using the two upper mounting holes in the cable mount plate. For cable routing from below the module, turn the cable clamp bracket upside down compared to how it is shown in the figure and use the two lower mounting holes in the cable mount plate. 1. Install the cable clamp bracket on the clamp mount plate using two #12-24 screws. Be sure to position the cable clamp bracket corresponding to the note above. 2. Place the two standoffs in the standoff mounting holes in the cable clamp bracket. (Note that there are four standoff mounting holes. Either the two holes on the left or the two holes on the right can be used together, not the two holes in the middle.) 3. Two rubber yokes and either three or four grommets (depending on the kit) are provided with the cable clamp kit for securing the cable to the module. Determine the correct grommet to use by first placing all of the grommets around the cable as shown in figure 9. Page 9

10 GROMMET CABLE GAP IN. (0-8 MM) 1440-A Figure 9. Grommet Selection 4. Measure the gap in each grommet and then select the grommet with a gap that is from approximately zero to inches (7.6 mm) wide. 5. Stack the cable clamp components as shown in Figure 8, with the cable secured within the rubber grommet. For correct location of cable breakout, see Figure 6 (for stranded cable) or Figure 7 (for ribbon cable). 6. Secure the cable clamp components to the standoffs using standoff screws, as shown. 7. If desired, install a cable shield using any of the three shields shipped with the connector module. Figure 10 shows the shield used for overhead cable. (The package also contains an alternate shield used for under-floor cable and a box-shaped shield used with either overhead or under-floor cable.) CABLE CLAMP 4-40X SCREW (4) CABLE SHIELD B Figure 10. Cable Shield Components (Shield shown is used with overhead cable.) Page 10

11 4 CABLE ROUTING 4.1 Routing Stranded Cable After preparing and clamping the cable as described above, route the cable into the rear of the LSX connector module as follows (see Figure 11): 1. Position the cable breakout an inch (2.54 cm) after the cable clamp. 2. Route the subunits to the front center retainer, as shown, with the subunits broken out into individual fibers at that location. 3. Route the fibers around the retainers and then fan them out to the adapter ports, as shown. FROM OVERHEAD FRONT 1.0 IN. (2.54 CM) REF CABLE CLAMP CABLE BREAKOUT HEAT SHRINK SUBUNITS LEFT CABLE CLAMP REAR FRONT CENTER RETAINER BREAKOUT SUBUNIT HERE REAR CENTER RETAINER INDIVIDUAL SUBUNIT RIGHT CABLE CLAMP E Figure 11. Stranded Cable Routing Top View 4.2 Routing Ribbon Cable After preparing and clamping the cable as described above, route the cable into the rear of the LSX connector module as follows (see Figure 12): 1. Position the cable breakout immediately after the cable clamp, as shown. Page 11

12 2. Route the ribbons (within protective tubes) to the rear center retainer and secure the fanout chips at that location. 3. Route the fibers from the fanout chips around the retainers, then fan them out to the adapter ports, as shown. FROM OVERHEAD CABLE CLAMP FRONT CABLE BREAKOUT TIE WRAP PROTECTIVE TUBES LEFT CABLE CLAMP FAN-OUT CHIP REAR CENTER RETAINER REAR INDIVIDUAL PROTECTIVE TUBE RIGHT CABLE CLAMP F Figure 12. Ribbon Cable Routing Top View 4.3 Routing Quad Cable (Two Active Fibers, Two Spare Fibers) After preparing and clamping the cable as described in Section 3, route one-half of the quad cables into the left side and the other half into the right side of the module (see Figure 13). Quad cables entering the module from the left (when viewed from the rear) are terminated on the right half of the module. Quad cables entering the module from the right (when viewed from the rear) are terminated on the left half of the module. 1. Terminate each working pair of fibers to the appropriate adapter locations. 2. Route the fibers through the cable retainers in the module to the rear center retainer 3. Route spare fibers around the retainers and allow them to lie in the bottom of the module. Page 12

13 4. Repeat Steps 1 through 3 for each quad cable in the module. 5. Secure and label spare fiber cables as necessary with tie wraps or lace as required by local practices. 6. Remove excess quad cable slack from the module. Work excess quad cable back to the storage area and secure following local practices. TOP VIEW ACTIVE FIBER SPARE FIBER FRONT CENTER RETAINER BREAKOUT SUBUNIT HERE REAR CENTER RETAINER INDIVIDUAL SUBUNIT C Figure 13. Quad Cable Routing Remove Single Fiber or Fiber Pair Termination Sometimes it may be necessary to remove a fiber or pair of fibers when equipment upgrades occur or a fiber becomes damaged. 1. Identify and label the fiber(s) to be removed. 2. Remove the connector from the adapter and place a dust cap on the connector end. Locate the fiber cable in the module and gently remove it from the cable retainers as necessary. 3. Determine the new fiber(s) to be terminated and remove from the spare cable bundle. 4. Route new fiber(s) through the cable retainers. Remove dust cap from the connector and clean end face of cable. Install connector(s) into the appropriate adapter/connector. 5. Route the removed cable to the spare cable bundle and secure with tie wraps or lace as required by local practices. Page 13

14 4.3.2 Cable Removal Procedure 1. Locate the quad cable to be removed from the cable bundle in the overhead racking. Follow the cable to the breakout point in the module and verify working and spare fiber pairs. 2. Using a light source, verify the spare fibers at the equipment locations specified. Disconnect the working fibers from the equipment and install dust caps. 3. Disconnect the working fiber pair from the adapters and install dust caps on the connector ends. 4. Remove the working and spare fibers from the cable retainers in the module. See Figure Cut the strain relief holding the cables in the vertical cable guide but do not remove the strain relief. 6. Attach the end of a new strain relief to one end of each cut strain relief and use the cut strain relief to pull in the new relief around the cable bundle. 7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 for each strain relief supporting the cable bundle. 8. Remove the quad cable from the cable bundle. 9. Tighten the new strain relief(s) around the cable bundle Cable Install Procedure 1. Label the ends of the new cable in accordance with local practice. 2. Cut the strain relief holding the cable bundle to the rack but do not remove the strain relief. 3. Attach the end of a new strain relief to one end of each cut strain relief and use the cut strain relief to pull in the new relief around the cable bundle. 4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for each strain relief supporting the cable bundle. 5. Insert the quad cable into the cable bundle. Connect the working fibers to the equipment. 6. Route the quad cable through the radius limiters and retainers on the module and separate the working and spare fiber pairs. See Figure Remove the dust caps from the working fiber pair, clean the end face of the connector, and attach these fibers to the module connectors. 8. Remove the cable slack from the working and spare fiber pairs on the module and route the excess into the overhead cable bundle. 9. Tighten the new strain relief(s) around the cable bundle. Page 14

15 5 PATCH CORD ROUTING Cross-connect jumpers on the LSX modules and LGX frame must be carefully dressed to ensure they are properly protected. 5.1 Patch Cord Routing Within the LSX Module Dress the patch cords vertically down the front of the connector pack on each module and then left or right through the guides and radius limiters on the LSX module as shown in Figure 14. CONNECTOR PACK PATCH CORD GUIDE C RADIUS LIMITER Figure 14. LSX Module Patch Cord Guides and Radius Limiters 5.2 Routing Patch Cords on the LGX Rack Patch cord routing should allow for a minimum of 6 in. (152 mm) of slack loop in the vertical trough. This loop aids in the tracing of patch cords and also facilitates removing a patch cord from the bundle. Additional fiber slack should be expected when installing a set of pre-connectorized patch cords. The following section provides the procedures for disposing of excess patch cord length when installing patch cords on a single stand-alone rack, between two adjacent racks, or between two non-adjacent racks in a lineup. Page 15

16 5.2.1 Cross-Connecting Within a Single Rack Cross-connecting within a single rack (Figure 16) may be required when facility and equipment terminations are intermixed. Use the following procedure to route patch cords within the same rack. 1. Loop the patch cord across the upper raceway. 2. Route one end of the patch cord down the left vertical trough to a module termination point. Route the other end of the patch cord down the right vertical trough to a module termination point. Under certain conditions, a patch cord may need to be terminated beyond the half-way point of a module with the other end routed to a termination on the same side of the module or a different module to ensure that the patch cord is properly suspended in the upper raceway. See Figure B Figure 16. Routing Patch Cords within Standalone Racks Page 16

17 3. Adjust the slack loops of each patch cord to an equal length and then dress the excess length behind the module guides and retainers All cross-connection routing within a single rack should be done with 5 meter (16.5 ft) patch cords. Shorter 3 meter (9.9 ft) patch cords can be used when both ends are terminated in the top half of the frame Cross-Connecting Between Adjacent Racks Cross-connecting between adjacent racks (Figure 17) is accomplished using the following procedure B Figure 17.Routing Specified Length Patch Cords Between Adjacent Racks Page 17

18 1. Terminate one end of the patch cord on the originating module and rack and then route the patch cords left or right to the nearest rack vertical trough. 2. At the destination module and rack, terminate the opposite end of the patch cord and then route the patch cords left or right to the nearest rack vertical trough. 3. Route the patch cord over the upper raceway or jumper support bracket to the adjacent rack. 4. Adjust the slack length at both ends of the patch cord to about equal length and dress the excess length behind the rack retainers and module guides. All cross-connection routing between adjacent racks can be done with 6 meter (19.8 ft) patch cords. Shorter 4 meter (13.2 ft) patch cords can be used when both ends are terminated in the top left of the frame Cross-Connecting to Non-Adjacent Racks Patch cords may be routed through upper or lower raceways to non-adjacent LGX racks in a rack lineup. As a general rule, patch cords originating in LSX modules located in the upper half of an originating rack are routed to the upper raceway. Conversely, patch cords originating in modules located in the lower half of an originating rack are routed to the lower raceway Patch Cord Length Selection The user must select the correct patch cord length based on the number of racks to be traversed, and which raceways will be used to route the patch cord. See Table 2. Page 18

19 Table 2. Jumper Selection Table BOTTOM HALF ORIGIN/BOTTOM HALF DESTINATION (LOWER TO LOWER RACEWAY) NUMBER OF S JUMPER LENGTH IN METERS (FEET) 3, 4 5,6 7,8,9 10,11, ,15,16 17,18 19,20,21 N/A 7.6 (25) 9.2 (30) 10.7 (35) 12.2 (40) 13.6 (45) 15.2 (50) 16.6 (55) 18.1 (60) N/A BOTTOM HALF ORIGIN/TOP HALF DESTINATION (LOWER TO UPPER RACEWAY) NUMBER OF S JUMPER LENGTH IN METERS (FEET) 3 4,5 6,7 8,9,10 11,12 13,14 15,16,17 18,19, (20) 7.6 (25) 9.2 (30) 10.7 (35) 12.2 (40) 13.6 (45) 15.2 (50) 16.6 (55) 18.1 (60) TOP HALF ORIGIN/TOP HALF DESTINATION (UPPER TO UPPER RACEWAY) NUMBER OF S JUMPER LENGTH IN METERS (FEET) 3 4,5 6,7,8 9,10 11,12 13,14 15,16,17 18,19 20, (16) 6.1 (20) 7.6 (25) 9.2 (30) 10.7 (35) 12.2 (40) 13.6 (45) 15.2 (50) 16.6 (55) TOP HALF ORIGIN/BOTTOM HALF DESTINATION (UPPER TO LOWER RACEWAY) NUMBER OF S JUMPER LENGTH IN METERS (FEET) 3,4 5,6,7 8,9 10,11 12,13 14,15,16 17,18 19,20,21 N/A 6.1 (20) 7.6 (25) 9.2 (30) 10.7 (35) 12.2 (40) 13.6 (45) 15.2 (50) 16.6 (55) N/A N/A: Not applicable Page 19

20 Routing Patch Cords in the Lower Raceway Cross-connecting starting in the lower raceway can be accomplished using the following procedure (see Figure 18 and Figure 19). 1. Terminate one end of each patch cord on the originating module and rack and then route the patch cord left or right to the nearest rack vertical trough. 2. Route the patch cord terminated in step 1 down the left or right vertical trough to the lower raceway. 3. At the destination module and rack, terminate the opposite end of each patch cord and then route the patch cord left or right to the nearest rack vertical trough. 4. Route the patch cord terminated in step 3 up the left or right vertical trough and over the upper raceway as shown in Figures 18 and Insert the patch cords in the lower raceway between the origin and destination racks. Adjust the slack loops in the vertical troughs to prevent buildup within the raceway. ORIGINATING TERMINATION LOCATIONS DESTINATION TERMINATION LOCATIONS B Figure 18. Routing Patch Cords in the Lower Raceway (Bottom to Bottom) Page 20

21 DESTINATION TERMINATION LOCATIONS ORIGINATING TERMINATION LOCATIONS B Figure 19. Routing Patch Cords in the Lower Raceway (Bottom to Top) Routing Patch Cords in the Upper Raceway Cross-connecting starting in the upper raceway can be accomplished using the following procedure (see Figure 20 and Figure 21). 1. Terminate one end of each patch cord on the originating module and rack and then route the patch cord left or right to the nearest rack vertical trough. 2. Route the patch cord terminated in step 1 up the left or right vertical trough to the upper raceway. 3. At the destination module and rack, terminate the opposite end of each patch cord and then route the patch cord left or right to the nearest rack vertical trough. 4. Route the patch cord terminated in step 3 up the left or right vertical trough as shown in Figures 20 and Insert the patch cords in the upper raceway between the origin and destination racks. Adjust the slack loops in the vertical troughs to prevent buildup within the raceway. Page 21

22 ORIGINATING TERMINATION LOCATIONS DESTINATION TERMINATION LOCATIONS B Figure 20. Routing Patch Cords in the Upper Raceway (Top to Top) ORIGINATING TERMINATION LOCATIONS DESTINATION TERMINATION LOCATIONS Figure 21. Routing Specified Length Patch Cords in the Upper Raceway (Top to Bottom) B Page 22

23 5.3 Mounting 144-Position Modules Adjacent to 72- or 96-Position Modules Lucent L6X fiber distribution frames with a depth of 12 inches (30.1 cm) are typically used to mount LSX 72-position or 96 position connector modules. When mounting 144-position connector modules, Lucent L6X fiber distribution frames with a depth of 15 inches (38.1 cm) are recommended to accommodate the additional cabling encountered with LX.5 connectors. If a 15 inch deep L6X frame is not available, use a rear duct extension kit (Lucent category #FEX1A-FB or equivalent) to extend the rear doors of the frame back. The new 15 inch deep frame will line up with any existing 12 inch deep frame as shown in Figure 22. In addition, the relative mounting locations for Lucent JR4A-1 and JR4C-1 retainer caps on the front of adjacent racks containing LSX modules of different heights will be skewed horizontally as shown in Figure 23. The degree of retainer misalignment varies with the number of modules used to populate the adjacent rack. 5.4 Installing Modified Cable Retainers for 144-Position Modules The existing cable retainers on the rear of each Lucent rack must be replaced with new, higher-capacity cable retainers when LSX 144-position connector modules are installed. Two new top cable retainers are available (ADC catalog number LSX-ACC001) to provide a left and right cable orientation at the top of each rack upright (see Figure 24). Similarly, the existing rear vertical cable guides mounted on the rack at the left and right of each modules must be replaced with new, higher capacity guides when the rack is configured with LSX 144- position connector modules (rear vertical cable guides included with LSX 144-position connector module). The new rear vertical cable guide is shown in Figure 25. Page 23

24 EXISTING LINE-UP 0F 72 OR 96 POSITION MODULES 12.0 IN. (30.5 CM) 15.0 IN. (38.1 CM) NEW LINE-UP 0F 144 POSITION MODULES TOP VIEW (FRONT) A Figure 22. Front-to-Back Module Misalignment C Figure 23. Relative Misalignment of Retainers Page 24

25 16072-A Figure 24. Top Cable Retainer (Left Orientation Shown) A Figure 25. Rear Vertical Cable Guide Page 25

26 6 OPERATION 6.1 Removing a Cover for Easier Access The front and rear covers of the chassis may be removed to provide easier access for cable routing. To remove a cover, lift it straight out of the hinges. To replace a cover, position the hinge edge of the cover on the hinges and press inward to push the edge into the hinges. 6.2 Connecting Patch Cords Route patch cords outward to both sides, as shown in Figure 26. TOP VIEW B Figure 26. Correct Patch Cord Routing Page 26

27 7 CUSTOMER INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE For customers wanting information on ADC products or help in using them, ADC offers the services listed below. To obtain any of these services by telephone, first dial the central ADC telephone number, then dial the extension provided below. The central number for calls originating in the U.S.A. or Canada is For calls originating outside the U.S.A. or Canada, dial country code 1 then dial Sales Assistance Extension Systems Integration Extension BCG Technical Assistance Center Extension Product Return Department Extension Quotation Proposals Ordering and Delivery General Product Information Complete Solutions (from Concept to Installation) Network Design and Integration Testing System Turn-Up and Testing Network Monitoring (Upstream or Downstream) Power Monitoring and Remote Surveillance Service/Maintenance Agreements Systems Operation Technical Information System/Network Configuration Product Specification and Application Training (Product-Specific) Installation and Operation Assistance Troubleshooting and Repair ADC Return Authorization number and instructions must be obtained before returning products. Product information may also be obtained using the ADC web site at or by writing ADC Telecommunications, Inc., P.O. Box 1101, Minneapolis, MN , U.S.A. Contents herein are current as of the date of publication. ADC reserves the right to change the contents without prior notice. In no event shall ADC be liable for any damages resulting from loss of data, loss of use, or loss of profits and ADC further disclaims any and all liability for indirect, incidental, special, consequential or other similar damages. This disclaimer of liability applies to all products, publications and services during and after the warranty period. This publication may be verified at any time by contacting ADC s Technical Assistance Center at , extension (in U.S.A. or Canada) or (outside U.S.A. and Canada), or by writing to ADC Telecommunications, Inc., Attn: Technical Assistance Center, Mail Station #71, P.O. Box 1101, Minneapolis, MN , U.S.A. All Rights Reserved Printed in U.S.A. Page 27

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